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Abstracts

Oral presentations

What shape do UK surgical trainees want their training to be? Rhiannon Louise Harries

Cognitive simulation pilot course, Piriyah Sinclair

Better training, better care: Maximising opportunities for trainees portfolio development; Better training, better care: Dedicated training lists offer a sustainable model for increasing supervised operating (combining two abstracts), Patrizia Capozzi

Current StR training: An Assigned Educational Supervisors (AES) perspective, Robin William Paton

Construct validity, assessment of the learning curve and experience of using the SimBox shoulder simulator, Henry B Colaco

Less than full-time training in surgery: A cross sectional study of flexible training in the surgical trainee workforce, A cross sectional study of pregnancy and maternity and paternity leave among surgical trainees in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland (combining two abstracts), Rhiannon Louise Harries

Barriers to robot-assisted surgical training: Experiences from a tertiary referral urology unit with a new Da Vinci robot, Jennifer Clark

Measuring and improving compliance with JSCT (Joint Committee on Surgical Training) quality indicators for surgical training (in core surgical training) guidelines in plastic surgery, Rong Khaw

Pursuing a career in surgery: What can we do to encourage medical students? Michael Bath

Audit of emergency laparotomy opportunities in the North West of England, David Michael Riding


Poster presentations

Are hospital simulation centres being adequately utilised for self-directed learning and practice of surgical skills? Sanjib Majumder

A mutually beneficial clinical anatomy training scheme, Katherine Louise Connor

Frequency of post-operative hypotony after 23 gauge vitrectomy with locally made instruments, Hafiz Muhammad Abdullah

Foundation programme in surgery – a good foundation? Alastair Forbes Brookes

A questionnaire on the educational value of the morning trauma meeting, Gareth Lewis-Jones

Can an online voting tool be utilised to assess an e-learning package? Jonathan Whitton

The role of a generic simulated ward round in interprofessional clinical development, Jennifer Marie Pollard

ENT operative dissection course as an adjunct to surgical training: A nine-year perspective, Jennifer Gilchrist

Developing an educational programme for both training and non-training doctors at core training grade by employing the resources of a regional burns and plastic surgery unit, Ralph Murphy

Colorectal cancer care apps: a new platform for patient and staff education, colorectal cancer care apps: a new platform for patient and staff education (combining two abstracts), Michael Rees

Work-based assessments: comparisons between trainers’ and trainees’ perceptions, Yuen Ting Carol Chan

Plastic surgery core-level training in the United Kingdom: An overview and evaluation based on Hardena’s ten questions, Muhammad Adil Abbas Khan

A literature review on simulation in surgery: Should it be mandatory for all surgical training programmes? Syed Irfan Kabir

Development of cadaveric pro-section for the anatomy of TEP repair, Dominique Hughes

Evaluation of a clinical reasoning curriculum in the undergraduate medical education, Swe Yin Khin Htun

Awareness of guidance for data entry to the eLogbook amongst Core Surgical Trainees – A national survey of core surgical trainees' logbook habits; Awareness of guidance for data entry to the eLogbook amongst training orthopaedic surgeons – a national survery (combining two abstracts), Kate Spacey

“Stepwise approach for laparoscopic colorectal surgery”: An interactive app for colorectal trainees, Michael Rees

The transition from final-year medical student to foundation doctor: New representations of clinical reasoning and its development, Julie MacAulay Smith

Education in ENT: 3D modelling and stereoscopy for everyone, Sheneen Meghji

The role of self-assessment in surgical training – a qualitative study of trainees’ opinions, Aenone Ruth Harper

‘Bamboo bonesa’ – a new simulation material for orthopaedic trainees, Amy Margot Lindh

How should we teach fluid prescribing? Claire Carden

Defining competence in flexible cystoscopy: A novel approach using cumulative sum (CUSUM) analysis, Kenneth Russell Mackenzie

Plastic surgery core-level training in the United Kingdom: An overview and evaluation based on Hardena’s ten questions, Muhammad Adil Abbas Khan

LION Surgery Broadcasts: Perceived quality of transmission, surgery and discussion, Steven Backhouse

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